Loving these abstract designs created by artist, photographer and designer, Ingrid van den Brand.
She runs a creative studio, “Eye-Snacks”, in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The artist embroiders as she draws replacing the pencil with needle, thread, and recycled materials. Her work is minimal and poetic.
You can see more of her work on her website, Facebook and Behance.
Images: Courtesy of Ingrid van den Brand.
Haven’t posted a sketchbook in quite a while but today we are featuring pages from the journals of Kiev-based illustrator, Anna Rusakova. In her journals the artist uses a variety of techniques and shows extraordinary humor and incredible drawings. Her sketches exhibit a strong awareness of typography, calligraphy and layout. You can follow her blog here and see more of her work on Behance, Flickr, and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Anna Rusakova.
Károly Keserü was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1962. The visual artist originally studied to become an architect but was later influenced by the immediacy and freshness of drawing. He takes his inspiration from Hungarian folk art, aboriginal art, 20th century abstract art, and music. The grid and the dot is recurrent in many of his paintings and drawings. He also experiments with a variety of materials including thread.
The artist does not have a website but a bulk of his work can be viewed at Várfuk Galéria.
Images: Courtesy of Károly Keserü and Várfuk Galéria.